This Thursday, Joe Heredia gave his first statements after the Justice released him after the results of the autopsy. The young man was the only defendant in the case investigating the death of Joaquín González, the boy who died at the exit of a bowling alley in the town of Alta Gracia. Days ago, forensics determined that González did not die from beatings.
In dialogue with El Twelve, the 18-year-old maintained: “They made me feel guilty for something I didn’t do. When I was arrested and I started to listen to the ugly things they said about me, I felt bad. I was with my friend on the avenue when Joaquín came, insulted me and hit me. He had a belt in his hand”.
“When we got to the corner, I see him clutch his belly, make a noise of pain and fall on his side to the floor. I did not understand anything, I wanted to get closer to see what was happening to help him, but my friends began to want to hit me, “she explained.
Finally, he concluded about his stay in Bouwer: “It is ugly to be imprisoned. They made me feel guilty for something I didn’t do. When I fell prisoner and I began to listen to the ugly things they said about me. I felt bad”.